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Sindh Govt Considers Appeal in Rao Anwar Extrajudicial Killing Case The Sindh government is considering whether to challenge an antiterrorism court's acquittal of former SSP...
The administration of a North Karachi school banned a driver, accused of molesting a 14-year-old female student, after receiving an official warning. The mother of the girl said the school did nothing despite repeated complaints.
At least eight more people have been reportedly injured after FC personnel resorted to aerial firing to disperse a protest against the killing of a truck driver in Chaghai
In the charge-sheet submitted to a judicial magistrate, Dadu police confirmed Asmat Rajput, a fourth-year MBBS student, took her life because she was being blackmailed by Shaman Solangi and his family with a fake marriage certificate.
Justice Amir Farooq of the IHC has directed the Federal Govt to enact legislature setting the minimum marriageable age for girls. For more human rights news, keep reading.
A man was killed during a routine police check within the limits of Tehkal police station in Peshawar on Friday. Officials claim the victim was carrying a loaded pistol which he accidentally fired, killing him on the spot. For more stories on human rights abuses, keep reading.
A sit-in protest is going on outside CM house in Quetta against the killing of a 10-year-old boy Ramiz Khalil in a police raid. The protesters are demanding the release of the boy's father who is in police custody since the incident.
A man in Lodhran has been arrested for the suspected murder of his wife and then dumping her charred remains into a canal. Apparently, he had dismembered the woman’s body and then burnt it in an oven. For more stories on human rights abuses, keep reading.
Four men were killed while two others were injured in an armed clash between two groups of the Marfani tribe in Garhi Yasin, Shikarpur district, on Sunday, May 23. The incident was the result of a three-year-old 'honour' dispute. For more stories on human rights abuses, keep reading.
In a letter penned to the Sindh government officials as well as Chairperson of the National Commission on the Status of Children and the Sindh Child Protection Authority, the Helpline Trust has raised concerns over the exploitation and employment of minors as sweepers by the Sindh Solid Waste Management Board in Karachi. For more news on human rights concerns, keep reading.
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